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Scandium-based "nuclear" clock could provide unprecedented time measurement precision

Atomic resonance so narrow that it doesn't lose a second in 300 billion years
Forward-looking: Atomic clocks are extraordinarily precise and intricate timekeeping devices, capable of maintaining accuracy without losing a second over hundreds of millions of years. Currently, researchers are actively exploring the development of potential nuclear clocks that could offer even greater precision and reliability in time measurement.
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Google's "Privacy Sandbox" is still ad tracking tech, the EFF warns

True privacy-abiding browsers have already rejected the technology
A hot potato: The hotly debated "Privacy Sandbox" tech is Google's solution to the universal hate reserved for third-party cookies and behavioral advertising. The Sandbox brings several new technologies including the Topics API, which would classify users in interest-based categories by carefully watching what they do and where they go on the web.
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